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LAND: VESTING ORDER
El kapporeth Chambers
112C Edward Street
Port of Spain
Bar No. NYE 2008117
THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
CLAIM NO. CV 2014 - 01184
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT, CHAPTER 56:02
IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION OF PATRICK LEIBA FOR AN
ORDER VESTING IN HIM FOR AN ESTATE IN FEE SIMPLE ALL
AND SINGULAR THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
SITUATE IN THE WARD OF TACARIGUA, IN THE ISLAND OF
TRINIDAD COMPRISING ONE ROOD AND TEN PERCHES BE THE
SAME MORE OR LESS DELINEATED AND COLORED PINK IN THE
MARGIN OF CERTIFICATE OF TITLE VOLUME 960 FOLIO 365
BEING PORTION OF THE LANDS DESCRIBED IN CROWN GRANT
IN VOLUME DXVIII FOLIO 283 AND BOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY
LANDS PETITIONED FOR BY J. I. ROCHFORD AND BY THE
ORANGE GROVE RAILWAY LINE, ON THE SOUTH BY THE
REMAINING PORTION OF THE SAID LANDS, ON THE EAST BY A
ROAD 50 LINKS WIDE AND BY THE ORANGE GROVE RAILWAY
LINE AND TO THE WEST BY A ROAD AND NOW DESCRIBED IN
THE CERTIFICATE OF TITLE IN VOLUME 960 FOLIO 365
TO: ALL PERSONS HAVING AN INTEREST IN THE LAND
TAKE NOTICE That On The 4th Day Of April 2014 PATRICK LEIBA
Of Corner Lyndon & Rapsey Streets, Curepe, Trinidad filed a Fixed Date
Claim Form in the High Court for an order vesting in him for an estate in
fee simple ALL AND SINGULAR that certain piece or parcel of land
(hereinafter referred to as "the land") situate in the ward of Tacarigua, in
the island of Trinidad comprising one rood and ten perches be the same
more or less delineated and colored pink in the margin of Certificate of
Title Volume 960 Folio 365 being portion of the lands described in Crown
Grant in Volume DXVIII Folio 283 and bounded on the North by lands
petitioned for by J. I. Rochford and by the Orange Grove railway line, on
the South by the remaining portion of the said lands, on the east by a
Road 50 links wide and by the Orange Grove railway line and to the West
by a Road and now described in the Certificate of Title in Volume 960
Folio 365. The following Affidavits were filed in support of the claim:
Patrick Leiba, Mitra Sibransingh, Dennis Joseph and George Francis.
The Claimant, PATRICK LEIBA, seeks an order directing the Registrar
1. Vest the land in the Claimant.
2. Issue a new Certificate of Title vesting the land in the Claimant.
AND TAKE NOTICE that on 22nd September, 2014 the Honourable
Madam Justice Pemberton ordered, among other things, that the said
application be advertised in a daily newspaper of local circulation once
per week for three (3) consecutive weeks and that any person interest-
ed applies to the Court within twenty-eight (28) days of the last adver-
tisement to join in this matter. It was further ordered that this application
be heard on 3rd November, 2014 at 11:45 a.m. in Court Room
POS#17 at the Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain.
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that any person(s) claiming any
estate or interest in the said parcel of land in respect of which the appli-
cation is made may intervene by filing an Appearance Form (Form 4)
within twenty eight (28) days of the last advertisement and filing an
Affidavit setting out particulars of the claim.
IN DEFAULT of you entering an appearance the Court may proceed
to make any order it considers appropriate.
YOU MAY OBTAIN a copy of the Fixed Date Claim Form and affi-
davits filed in support from the Claimant's Attorneys at Law, EARLA
NYACK, of No. 112C Edward Street, Port of Spain, in the Island of
Trinidad and whose address for service is in care of IAN BROOKS,
Attorney at Law of Chancery Chambers, 106 Duke Street, Port of Spain,
in the Island of Trinidad or you may apply at the Civil Registry, High
Court, Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain between 8:00 a.m. and
4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Dated the 20th day of October, 2014
Assistant Registrar, Supreme Court.
NOTICE OF VACANCY
The Basel Convention Regional Centre for Training and Technology Transfer for the Caribbean (BCRC-
Caribbean) is a regional institution established under a Framework Agreement between the Government of the
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and the joint secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions
and provided with its legal status through Act #2 of 2008 of the Laws of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
The institution assists countries in the Caribbean with the compliance and implementation of a number of mul-
tilateral environmental agreements that deal specifically with wastes and chemicals management.
The BCRC-Caribbean is desirous of hiring a suitably qualified and experienced national of Trinidad and Tobago
to fill the vacant position of "Logistics Coordinator" who will effectively perform the duties of driver, messenger
and handyman for the organisation. The position will be on contract for a period of three years and subject to
renewal upon mutual agreement at the end of the contract. The ideal candidate will possess the following attrib-
utes and skills:
1) Mature individual with more than five years experience in a similar position and with no less than a Class
4 driver's permit. Note that applicants who are under the age of twenty five cannot be considered.
2) Have a clean driving record with no accidents, tickets or fines for at least the last five years.
3) Have successfully completed a Defensive Driving course within the past three years.
4) Have passed at least three subjects at O Level/CXC Level one of which must be English Language.
5) Be well groomed and articulate with the ability to write legibly.
6) Be able to follow instructions and to exercise good judgement and initiative at the appropriate times.
The ideal candidate should be computer literate and have an aptitude for electrical, plumbing and general build-
ing maintenance and repair.
Applications in the candidate's own handwriting and with a detailed resume attached must be submitted to:
Executive Administrative Assistant,
Basel Convention Regional Centre for
Training and Technology Transfer for the Caribbean
# 8 Alexandra Street
by close of business on Friday November 7th, 2014. While all applications will be accepted, only those short-
listed will be acknowledged. The BCRC-Caribbean is an equal opportunity employer and all applications will be
held in the strictest of confidence.
neers have successfully test-
ed a laser weapon that can
shoot down low-flying,
slow-moving drones, state
media reported yesterday.
The Low Altitude Sentinel
system can detect a small air-
craft within a 1.2-mile radius
and shoot it down within five
seconds, the English-lan-
guage newspaper China Daily
said, citing a statement from
the China Academy of Engi-
The system is designed to
destroy small drones flying
below 1,600 feet at a speed
less than 110 mph, the China
The system could be
installed in vehicles and help
guard against flying objects
during major events in urban
areas, the China s Xinhua
News Agency said.
Laser weapon technology
is being pursued by several
countries, including the Unit-
ed States, which has deployed
a prototype laser on a navy
ship that would defend
against drones and small air-
Lasers run on electricity
and have been billed as
lower-cost alternatives to
missiles. Also, unlike missiles,
laser weapons can be fired
TOKYO---Japan s for-
eign minister urged
China yesterday to take
measures to stop Chi-
nese fishermen from
poaching red coral in
Fumio Kishida said
that as many as 200 Chi-
nese fishing boats were
seen last Thursday near
islands, 270 miles south
of Tokyo Bay, and Japan
had complained to China
The boats have been
sailing north from near
the Ogasawara islets,
1,800 kilometres south
of Japan s mainland,
Their movement toward
the more populated Izu
islets and the mainland
has raised concerns of
Kishida said five
have been made since
September. The illegally
gathered red coral can
fetch high prices on the
black market in China.
Chinese Foreign Min-
istry spokeswoman Hua
Chunying said Monday
that the illegal harvesting
of red coral was prohib-
ited and that Chinese
authorities would keep
and law enforcement.
Japanese Defense Min-
ister Akinori Eto said the
coast guard and police
were handling the matter.
Japan tells China
to stop alleged
This October 28 photo shows the Sato family headstone still
standing in a sea of black lava in a cemetery in Pahoa, Hawaii. As
the slow-moving lava got closer to the Pahoa Japanese Cemetery,
officials provided Aiko Sato an opportunity to visit. When she
placed flowers at the headstone last week, she thought it would
be the last time she would see it. But after lava flowed over the
cemetery, Sato's aunt was given a photograph taken by a
geologist documenting the lava's advancement, showing the Sato
headstone still standing in a sea of black lava. AP PHOTO
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